The First Three Rocket League DLCs Will be Free for All Players Soon

Rocket League Christmas Event Promo Image
Psyonix

Rocket League developer Psyonix made a series of announcements in blog post this week detailing some of what the company has scheduled over this holiday season, including plans to release the first three Rocket League DLCs for free.

Sometime later this year, Psyonix said it’s going to freely distribute the first three DLC packs it created for Rocket League to everyone who owns to the game. The DLC packs include Supersonic Fury, Revenge of the Battle-Cars, and Chaos Run:

Supersonic Fury

Revenge of the Battle-Cars

Chaos Run

  • 2 new Battle-Cars, Dominus and Takumi
  • 2 new (but classic) Battle-Cars, Scarab and Zippy
  • 2 new Battle-Cars, Ripper and Grog
  • 6 unique Decals for each new Battle-Car (12 total)
  • 6 unique Decals for each new Battle-Car (12 total)
  • 6 unique Decals for each new Battle-Car (12 total)
  • 5 new Paint Types
  • 3 new Paint Types
  • 2 new Paint Types
  • 2 new Rocket Boosts
  • 2 new Rocket Boosts
  • 2 new Rocket Boosts
  • 2 new Wheels
  • 2 new Wheels
  • 2 new Wheels
  • 4 new Toppers
  • 3 new Toppers
  • 2 new Antennas
  • 3 new Antennas

For anyone who has recently purchased any of those DLC packs, Psyonix says you’re eligible for a refund through your first-party platform as long as you placed the order on or after October 1, 2019. Naturally, because it’s going to include the content in its base game, Psyonix will be halting sales on these items. As of writing, none of them are available through Steam.

Steam Rocket League DLC Unavailable
Steam

The developer says it will follow up on this week’s announcement with another one that provides the exact date for when you can expect to see those three DLCs available for everyone.

Along with announcing the free DLCs, Psyonix shared information about the latest competitive season, the addition of a new feature for archiving unused inventory items, an annual in-game event that kicks off in December known as Frosty Fest 2019, as well as details about competitive events in Arlington, Texas on November 9 and Madrid, Spain from December 13 to 15.

Source: Psyonix

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